The trees in Atlanta turn from green to gold in fall. Picturesque by any measure, there is plenty to see and do in Atlanta in November. Generally mild to cool, the temperature rarely gets out of the 60s, making any outdoor activities pleasant. There's a lot to do in this vibrant and historic city.
Located on the west side of Atlanta and the site of the Battle of Utoy Creek in the American Civil War, Cascade Spring Nature Preserve is a peaceful, outdoor treat in Atlanta. The park is full of winding trails, wildlife, and an outdoor aquarium.
Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park
While a somber place, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park is an expansive memorial and tribute to civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. There is a lot to reflect on, from Dr. King’s boyhood home, the church where he preached, and finally, his final resting place. The site also features the International Civil Rights Hall of Fame, an ever-expanding tribute to civil rights leaders past and present. Simply put, the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park is a must-see for anyone visiting Atlanta.